I am running into some confusion here, that hopefully some one can help we out with.
We have a 3005 concentrator, a 4503 and about 100 2950s. The network is VLAN routed.
By default we only have the 3005 looking to the server resources. All desktops and labs are not accessable through the VPN.
We have a remote developer that was allowed to work from home. He needs access to the lab segment.
3005 is on 10.1.16.0/23 servers are on 10.1.20.0/23 and the lab is on 10.0.16.0/23.
We put a route in the 3005 so access to the lab is available, but we need to restrict all other access. We are running Win2k Active Directory so we assigned him a static IP for remote access. What I would like to do is the VLAN connected to the lab 10.0.16.0/23 is acess list it so only he can access it and all others will be discarded.
Now I have these created but I do not have them assigned to the VLAN.
My question is: For VPN traffic using port 10000 is this the right way to do it. Also which VLAN would it be best to assign to the on where the 10.0.16.0/23 is assigned or the one where the 10.1.16.0/23 is assigned.
We never really had to do this before, so thats why I am asking. I dont want to do the wrong thing.
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